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1  A very good age to be married at.
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2  Thirty-five is a very attractive age.
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3  We live, I regret to say, in an age of surfaces.
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4  In fact, I believe I am more than usually tall for my age.
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5  Indeed, no woman should ever be quite accurate about her age.
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6  Whatever influence I ever had over mamma, I lost at the age of three.
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7  The two weak points in our age are its want of principle and its want of profile.
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8  I am Miss Cardew's guardian, and she cannot marry without my consent until she comes of age.
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9  Well, it will not be very long before you are of age and free from the restraints of tutelage.
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10  To my own knowledge she has been thirty-five ever since she arrived at the age of forty, which was many years ago now.
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11  I see no reason why our dear Cecily should not be even still more attractive at the age you mention than she is at present.
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12  Well, to speak with perfect candour, Cecily, I wish that you were fully forty-two, and more than usually plain for your age.
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13  Pray excuse me, Lady Bracknell, for interrupting you again, but it is only fair to tell you that according to the terms of her grandfather's will Miss Cardew does not come legally of age till she is thirty-five.
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